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Muhammad Koomson
Lower Level: Maths, Science, Arabic GCSE: Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics A-Level (IB): Biology Exam Board Experience: Edexcel, AQA, 11+ SND Experience: Experience with ADHD and ASD Preferred Student Age: KS1, KS2, KS3 About Me: Hi, I'm Muhammad and I'm currently a Biological Sciences student at the University of Warwick. I like all things science and technology. I've been teaching and tutoring students from primary up to GCSE level since 2013, giving me lots of experience with different teaching and learning approaches. Away from science I enjoy history, philosophy, gaming, and martial arts.
Biology, Chemistry, Maths (lower level), Physics
katie harris
Hi I'm Katie. In my free time I like to be with my friends, as well as social events within university, such as out chem eng society! Also, I enjoy cooking and baking and coming up with new recipes and flavours, as well as sharing this to my friends; especially cakes!
Chemistry, Maths (Primary), Maths (lower level)
Erin Ngo
Levels and subjects- Lower level: Years 3-6; Subjects English, Science, Cantonese, History GCSE/high school: Year 7-11 ; Subjects English (Language and Literature), Biology, Chemistry, History A-level: Biology only Piano & Music Theory: All levels/ grades 1-8 Exam Board experience all levels- Science (Mainly Biology and Chemistry)- AQA, OCR, Edexcel, WJEC English- WJEC, AQA, OCR, Edexcel History- AQA, Edexcel Additional Languages- Cantonese (Chinese) - Intermediate to high German - Elementary Preferred student age group- Primary: Years 3-6 GCSE: All years A-Level: All years (biology) Coming from an ethnic Chinese background, I appreciate different cultural backgrounds, and I believe this filters through into my style of tutoring in realising each student's needs. With every session, I aim to keep topics relatable and enjoyable for my students and also to make them understand why this particular topic is relevant to them. As I believe, this understanding is half of the learning journey that they need to make. Currently, I am pursuing my aspiration of a career in medical research. I am studying Pharmacology at the University of Reading which has enforced the importance of always striving to learn; so I encourage my students to embrace learning. Studying the medical field has highlighted the importance of teaching and learning: in particular explaining concepts in a manner that will enable a deeper understanding. As an individual who enjoys a problem solving challenge, of which I have demonstrated during my many voluntary pursuits, including at a school and at a hospital, I have communicated with a wide range of individuals. So, in establishing a student's needs, I understand the issues they are facing and find solutions to their problems. Guiding a student through revision is no easy task as no student learns in the same format. Presenting the student with ideas and having them put these into practice is what I aim for to prepare them for exams.
Biology, Chemistry, Chinese, English, History, Piano
Hasan Shahzad
About me: Hi, my name is Hasan – I’m a Medical Student at The University of Leeds, with over 1500 hours tutoring KS3 and GCSE Sciences as well as A level Biology and Chemistry. Having worked with numerous students from start to end of their studies, I have an in depth understanding of what is required of students in preparation for their examinations. On average, my students have shown a 2-3 grade improvement from their previous level. My Style: Tailoring explanations to the specific needs of students and creating an interactive environment is an important part of my lessons. Key concepts (especially in Chemistry and Physics) require things to be explained step by step – I explain these concepts with the use of my own written Powerpoints along with the use of an online whiteboard to draw and describe things easily. Some of my reviews: 'Susan' - Parent (A-Level Biology) – “Hasan has been an all-round excellent tutor – he has worked closely with Tom over the past 2 years and his grades have improved from 6s in the sciences to 8s and 9s” 'Haris' - Parent (GCSE Chemistry and Physics) – “Ahmad got his GCSE grades today and he did brilliantly – can’t thank you enough” 'Mary' Parent (A-Level Chemistry) - “Thank you for your time and patience, you did an amazing job tutoring Elliot!” 'Muslih' - Parent (GCSE Sciences) - “Rania used to struggle a lot with the certain topics in chemistry but since her lessons with Hasan started she has started to find these concepts much easier to understand” Saqib - Parent (GCSE Sciences) - “Hasan has been great tutor and helped Hamza a lot in preparation for his Science GCSE exams – good job” Sara’s Mother (Year 9 Sciences and Maths)– “My daughter was so unhappy with her school teachers but Hasan was very thorough and brought back some fun to lessons as well” Subjects and Levels: Tutoring GCSE Biology, Chemistry and Physics and A-Level Biology and Chemistry Student Age Group: - Secondary School - GCSE - A-Level
Biology, Chemistry, Physics
Harry Leslie
Lower Level: Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics GCSE: Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, Physics. AS-Level: Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Physics. A-Level: Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science. Exam Board Experience: AQA, Edexcel (Only for Mathematics) and OCR (Only for Mathematics). Languages: English Preferred Student age group: Any About Me Hi, my name is Harry, I am currently a First Year, and would like to study Computer Science at the University of Southampton. I have taught more than 50 lessons and helped at countless seminars and sessions throughout my school, where I have worked with students from ages 11 to 18 years old. I have been able to adapt my teaching style according to the student each time. I understand that Mathematics and Sciences are sometimes challenging. However, I have several different techniques that can be useful in improving your ability, which also allowed me to achieve A*AA at A-Level and 5A/A*'s at GCSE. As for hobbies, I enjoy swimming, football and badminton. I occasionally attend sessions with friends and family to improve my fitness. I also love cooking, baking in particular, where I tend to make brownies and cupcakes most of the time.
Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Maths (lower level), Maths (upper level)
Andrew Osei
Levels & subjects I teach: KS2-KS3: Maths, English, Sciences, 11+, Business, Economics GCSE: Maths, Science, English, Economics A-Level: Biology, Chemistry, Economics Exam Board experience: AQA, Edexcel, OCR, 11+, School Entrance Exams Preferred student age group: GCSE and A Level About Me: Hi, my name is Andrew, I study Biological Sciences specialising in Genetics at the University of Leicester and I play American Football and Rugby .
Biology, Chemistry, Maths (lower level), Physics, Science

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Students will learn to find out the basic particles in atoms and ions, how to use a simple mass spectrometer, and how to work with data about ion activity. They will also be introduced to the mole as a unit of measurement used in chemistry, calculations to determine the relative mass, and using the Avogadro constant to determine the number of particles in a mole. Students will also learn about acids, bases and buffers, and how they interact with different substances, as well as how to calculate pH. There are many types of calculations in this topic area, and it’s easy to get turned around. Having a private A-level chemistry tutor review the learning material with your child regularly means they won’t fall behind if they take a bit longer to understand a concept.

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Students go deep into the periodic table, learning the classification of elements as s, p, d or f blocks, and the melting point of certain elements. This is when the chemistry equations can get very confusing for some students, as they start using the chemical names for elements in equations. It is also an exciting part of chemistry, as it involves much experimentation and cool chemical reactions. Much of their work in this topic area is focused on the changing properties of elements through various means such as boiling, melting, freezing, concentrating, extracting, oxidising, and so on. Getting a handle on writing out what is happening using the right notation is where chemistry A-level tutors are really invaluable.

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The world of carbon compounds is covered in organic chemistry. There is a lot to remember here, from IUPAC rules for nomenclature to the prefixes for naming carbon chains. Thankfully, organic chemistry has loads of mnemonics for remembering all these little clusters of names and processes, and experienced A-level chemistry tutors will know them all! Students also get to dive into some of the ways amino acids, proteins and DNA interact with our bodies, including practical applications like anticancer drugs and enzyme inhibitors. This is also when students learn about polymerisation and more about different nitrogen compounds like amines, amides, as well as more about amino acids. Across their organic chemistry modules, students will use some of the analytic techniques they used previously, like infrared and mass spectroscopy to understand the structural features in molecules, as well as simple test tube tests for analysing and identifying substances.

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There is so much to cover in chemistry A level, just thinking about the revision process can make some students get a bit upset. However, an experienced A-level chemistry tutor can help your child map out a study plan, and review the material with them to see where they might have some learning gaps. It’s tough to cover two years’ worth of A-level chemistry lessons by themselves, and this way you can be sure they are using their revision time in the most effective way possible.

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Trying to track down a good A-level chemistry tutor locally can be next to impossible, depending on where you live. No doubt you’re not the only parent with that idea, and during revision time their time will be hard to come by. With online tutoring, you’re not limited to just local tutors, but have a much better choice so you can find the tutor that knows their stuff but will also be a good fit for your child’s learning style. With online tutoring, there’s no travel time and convincing your teenager to go somewhere in the rainy evening to work on their chemistry. This way they’re only heading to their room for a bit of extra help, and you don’t even need to drive them there – win-win!